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View Poll Results: Which Bike should I go with?
GSXR 750 (my first choice) 4 25.00%
R1S 5 31.25%
Other (comment w/ your recommendation) 7 43.75%
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post #1 of 24 Old 08-20-16, 00:03 Thread Starter
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post #2 of 24 Old 08-20-16, 00:19
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But none of the Japanese supersports have the correct number of cylinders. They are all soulless drones.

How about a FZ09?
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But none of the Japanese supersports have the correct number of cylinders. They are all soulless drones.

How about a FZ09?
I quite like the FSR900, but you would need to do a little work on the suspension.

Also... Congrats on getting Triumph to do the right thing. I'm sure that was not a fun ordeal!

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Get my dreambike, 1290 Superduke R


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R1. If the number of 750s I pass in the straights is anything to judge but.
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Thinking about this Husqvarna for street fun and retiring the 2014 R to track only duties. If the production 701 cafe even comes close to this concept it'll be hard to resist.

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R1. If the number of 750s I pass in the straights is anything to judge but.
60th anniversary R1 would be on my list of bikes if I was shopping.
Love that black and yellow.

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It would help if we knew how you plan to use the new bike, i.e. aggressive street riding, touring, track, dirt, posing @ Starbucks, ect.
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